Fjallraven Keb Hike 30 - Adventure Tested

R3.650,00
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  • Made from G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco S in recycled polyester and organic cotton.
  • Reinforced base and sides in waterproof Bergshell fabric.
  • Base and sides in waterproof Bergshell fabric made from recycled nylon.
  • A-frame ski attachment and attachment points for ice axes/poles.
  • Large main compartment with pocket for hydration system or 15” laptop.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Durable and well-equipped backpack with comfortable weight-distributing carrying system for alpine trekking or ski-touring, all year round. Plenty of room for equipment and a sturdy inside pocket for a water bladder – or a 15” laptop computer on urban adventures. Robust attachment points for skis and all grips and details can be easily handled with winter gloves on. A versatile companion that will take you all the way to the top and back down again.
Article number: F27351
Activity: Trekking
Family: Keb
Gender: Unisex
Environmental info: Organic, Recycled
Features: Durable, Waterproof
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Material: G-1000® HeavyDuty Eco: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
Bergshell®: 400D 100% polyamide
Legal notice: Contains non-textile elements of animal origin.
Chest strap: Yes
Detachable chest strap: Yes
Hip belt: Yes
Detachable hip belt: No
Equipment features: Holder for ice axe or hiking poles
Suitable for fluid systems: Yes
Rain cover included: Yes

Height: 52 cm
Width: 27 cm
Depth: 23 cm
Adjustable back length: No
Min. back length: 46 cm
Max. back length: 50 cm
Volume: 30 l
Laptop case: Yes
Laptop size: 15"
Weight: 1440 g

 

*Adventure Tested items cannot be returned or refunded.

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